£250,000 Guide price
The Duchally Country Estate was developed in 2004/2005 when 55 holiday lodges were built within the grounds of Duchally Hotel. The Lodges are all 2 storey traditionally designed terraced cottages built with harled block walls and pitched slate roofs. A network of private tarmac roads provides access throughout the Estate.
502 The Steadings is situated on the eastern side of the Estate near to the Leisure Centre. It is in the centre of a row of 4 terraced cottages and enjoys a southerly outlook. The Holiday Lodge is generously equipped with furniture together with curtains, blinds and floor coverings. There is car parking available by the Lodge.
With a combination of superb hotel rooms and fully equipped luxury lodges consisting of two and three bedrooms, The Duchally Country Estate is a first choice location to discover the beautiful scenery of Scotland.
The facilities available on the Estate include a Whisky Bar which is stocked with 39 different varieties of Scotch Whisky and serves light snacks, an award winning Restaurant, Spa and Massage facilities and a Games Room for younger guests. A brand new pool table and games machines have now been installed that will keep children entertained throughout their stay.
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